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Cued Speech

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Updated August 09, 2011

Definition: Cued speech is a means of communication that visually displays sounds by using hand shapes near the face. It is not sign language, and it is not as popular as sign language; however, those who have used it find it to be effective as a learning tool. Learn more about cued speech and about communicating with deaf and hard of hearing people.
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